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Movie Review: "The Look of Love"

Rating: NR (Not Rated) Length: 101 minutes Release Date: July 7, 2013 Directed by: Michael Winterbottom Genre: Biography/Comedy/Drama Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Paul Raymond (Steve Coogan) went from a humble beginning to emerge as one of the most notorious men in recent British history. He did so by opening England's first strip club, which made him enough money to go on and become a very successful real estate developer and publisher of pornographic magazines, the latter cemented his place as one of the richest men in the country. The story of his rise to fame, infamy, and fortune is at the heart of "The Look of Love." Raymond opens that first strip club under fire because lots of people think he is bringing down decency standards and changing the fabric of society. Raymond disagrees with these assertions and uses some of the money he earns from his highly successful club to start a publishing empire, releasing titles such as Men Only and Escort among others. He smartly diversifies his holdings, investing i...

 


How to Get Selected to Participate in a Reality Show

With television turning more and more toward reality shows, it has opened up the world of entertainment to you and me, common viewers. Suddenly, anyone can participate in show biz, but you are going to have a lot of competition. So, how do you manage to get selected to participate in a reality show? There are a few tricks that will help put you in the running.Read the InstructionsThe most important part of trying out for a reality show is to make sure that you read all the instructions first. These will go over the rules and what is required of you, a potential participant. Since a lot of people will mess this simple step up and not follow all the rules, leaving some things out, you'll find that you have a far better chance of beating out the competition if you ensure that your application conforms to everything they've asked for.Practice, Practice, PracticeIf you are aiming for a reality show that requires some talent, like American Idol or America's Next Top Model, then you need to start practicing now. Lea...

 


Movie Review: "Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me"

Rating: PG-13 (Drug references, language) Length: 113 min Release date: March 15, 2012 Directed by: Drew DeNicola, Olivia Mori Genre: Documentary Rating: 3.5 out of 5 "Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me" is a 2012 documentary film by directors Drew DeNicola and Olivia Mori, which tells the story of a renowned Memphis band called Big Star. They may not have made it to the top of the charts, but the band certainly developed a cult following among country and rock fans. Although Big Star only produced three albums, those albums changed the course of music by influencing such music legends as R.E.M., Elliot Smith, and the Flaming Lips. The life of a rock legend is often filled with controversy and drama, and that goes double for struggling musicians who never quite made it to the top. The documentary provides an interesting look into the mystery of success in the music industry. Big Star certainly wasn't lacking in talent and inspiration, as evidenced by their all-star list of fans. The film takes a deeper look...

 




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